Conway Says Under Secret Service Protection Thanks To Press

Conway Says Under Secret Service Protection Thanks To Press

Top trump adviser Kellyanne Conway confirmed Monday that she is under Secret Service protection because of suspicious “white substances” being sent to her home.

Conway referenced the threats against her and her family on Fox News’ Hannity Monday night.

The adviser’s revelation came during a discussion of the false media report about the bust of Martin Luther King, Jr. being removed by the Trump team, which was sent out by Time’s White House correspondent Zeke Miller on Friday from the Oval Office.

Though what Miller characterized as a “mistake” has been widely reported, Conway said, “I don’t say his name publicly because I don’t want him to get attacked like I do.”

She added, “Because of what the press is doing now to me, I have Secret Service protection. We have packages delivered to my house with white substances. That is a shame and yes I hold him to account for it.”

Conway went on to explain how the press’ “presumptive negativity” causes the damage to be done, even when they later correct their false reports.

“This guy puts it out and it gets tweeted and reported 3,000 times and you’ll still can’t take it back,” she said. “He apologized to his colleagues in the press. He has not apologized to the president and the damage is done because then people look at Donald Trump as the ‘r’ word.”

“The darn bust was right there. I was standing next to it. It was being hidden by a guard, but why don’t you ask us. Why don’t you say, ‘Where is the bust?’” the Trump adviser wondered.

White House press secretary Sean Spicer shared Conway’s frustration with the fake news story.

In addition to false press coverage, Conway discussed her grievance with Democrats “slow-walking” Trump’s cabinet picks in an interview on Fox News Tuesday morning.

“We would prefer some of the Democrats stop playing politics with our cabinet nominees,” Conway said. “We have not been given the same deference that President Obama and even President George W. Bush had at this point in their early presidencies. President Obama had 7 on day one, that would have been last Friday. We had two. Now we have three.”

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